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You have the look of someone who’s about ready to set off on a grand adventure. In fact, your wanderlust is so immense it’s almost palpable my friend. Let me guess – your passport is tragically lacking in entry stamps and you’ve been itching to set off to explore the world for a while now. But you don’t just want to go traipsing around the globe willy-nilly. You want to contribute to the good of mankind while you’re at it and use your unique skills to shake up the status quo. Simply put – you’re looking for the opportunity to make a true, tangible difference and leave your mark upon the world. Am I right?
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We realise that no two people are alike, which is why we customise each plan to suit you.
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Our team will help you to put together an itinerary that makes the most of your time here.
The GapAfrica team promotes full cultural immersion through accommodation with locals
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Marine Dynamics runs a volunteer program whereby international and South African volunteers can contribute to marine conservation. This includes accommodation on site with your fellow volunteers, and assisting on various aspects of Marine Dynamics’ research and...
Sadly a number of marine animals are threatened by human activities. Marine conservation is a core component of Marine Dynamics. The Dyer Island Conservation Trust (DICT) was founded in 2006. Ongoing scientific research programs on the endangered African penguin,...
Because of its proximity to Dyer Island, Gansbaai is an excellent place to view the so-called Marine Big Five: Great white sharks, Cape fur seals, dolphins, whales and the highly endangered African penguin. Bevan and I spent the day with Marine Dynamics in Gansbaai...
The cold, productive ocean off the Western Cape coastline is alive with life. The food-rich waters support large schools of filter-feeding fish like sardines and anchovies which in turn attract predators. African penguins, gannets and other seabirds as well as Cape...
Dyer Island is close to Gansbaai and is home to a large colony of Cape fur seals. This particular island is famous for one deadly reason – Great White sharks use the nearby deep water to launch themselves out of the water in vicious aerial attacks on seals moving to...
It´s friday again! Couldn´t believe how fast time is running in this country! After an exciting testing week we are all happy to have Weekend now. I hope that everyone is happy with their results from the test! In my class it was a bit sad because out of 5 people just...
Today I like to present you my class from this week. It was the B2.2 class (Upper-Intermediate) and our lovely teacher was Dani≈ll together we were five people from all over the world and in all ages. There was Victoria from Spain, Rayan fro Saudi Arabia, Svetlana...
International House Cape Town gives you the opportunity to join different activities around Cape Town with your schoolmates. Every monday morning the social activity board will be updated and you can have a look at the activities for this week.Each day, excluding...
Almost finished my first week at International House Cape Town! Guys, it´s friday and it´s almost weekend! This weekend I have too many plans … beeing in Cape Town makes you always busy 😉 So what are you up to? Fridays at school are always special and a bit...